Google User Should Know these important URLs

Google:Google User Should Know ” As I always say that Google is not only a search engine but it also offers many useful and interesting services that people even can’t think about. As a Google user, you may have asked all these question yourself. what does Google know about the places you’ve visited recently? Where can you get a list of Google ads that were of interest to you? What are your interests as determined by Google? Where does Google keep a list of every word that you’ve ever typed in the search box?

Google user should know important URLs

So, today I’m going to enlist 10 important Google URLs that every Google user should know about.

Google User Should Know these important URLs

Google stores everything privately and here are the 10 important links (URLs) that will unlock everything Google knows about you. They are hidden somewhere deep inside your Google Account dashboard and they may reveal interesting details about you that are otherwise only known to Google. Let’s dive in.

1. Usernames | Password

Google stores a list of usernames and passwords that you have typed in Google Chrome or Android for logging into various websites.

passwords.google.com

2. Profile

Google creates a profile of yourself based on the sites you visit, guessing your age, gender & interests and then use this data to serve you more relevant ads.

www.google.com/settings/ads

3. Export your Data

You can easily export all your data out of the Google ecosystem. your Google Photos, contacts, Gmail messages and even your YouTube videos .

www.google.com/takeout

4. Content

If you ever find your content appearing on another website, you can raise a DMCA complaint with Google against that site to get the content removed. Google has a simple wizard to help you claim content and the tool can also be used to remove websites from Google search results that are scraping your content.

support.google.com/legal

5. Google Maps

Your Android phone or the Google Maps app on your iPhone is silently reporting your location and velocity (are you moving and if yes, how fast are you moving) back to Google servers. You can find the entire location history on the Google Maps website and you also have the option to export this data as KML files that can be viewed inside Google Earth or even Google Drive.

google.com/maps/timeline

6. Google Account

Create a new Google Account using your existing email address. Your @gmail.com address as your Google account username but with this special URL, you can use any other email address as your username.

accounts.google.com/SignUpWithoutGmail

7. History

Google and YouTube record every search term that you’ve ever typed or spoken into their search boxes. They keep a log of every Google ad that you have clicked on various websites, every YouTube video you’ve watched and, if you are a Google Now user, you can also see a log of all your audio search queries. OK Google.

history.google.com (Google searches)
history.google.com/history/audio (Voice searches)
youtube.com/feed/history (YouTube searches and watched videos)

8. Gmail Account

You need to login to your Gmail account at least once every 9 months else Google may terminate your account according to their program policies.  if you have multiple Gmail accounts so as a workaround, you can setup your main Gmail account as the trusted contact for your secondary accounts. Thus Google will keep sending you reminders every few months to login to your other accounts.

www.google.com/settings/account/inactive

9. I.P.Address

Worried that someone else is using your Google account or it could be hacked? Open the activity report to see a log of every device that has recently connected into your Google account. You’ll also get to know the I.P. Addresses and the approximate geographic location. Unfortunately, you can’t remotely log out of a Google session.

myaccount.google.com/security

10.Mobile Location

Can’t locate your mobile phone? You can use the Google Device Manager to find your phone provided it is switched on and connected to the Internet. You can ring the device, see the location or even erase the phone content remotely. You can even find the IMEI Number of the lost phone from your Google Account.

google.com/android/devicemanager

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